Meg Hart

Meg Hart is a cross-cultural leadership coach and organisational consultant. She has an academic background in Organizational and Coaching Psychology, practical business knowhow running manufacturing and consultancy companies and wide experience in Australia and Asia delivering action learning programs on leadership, ethics and cultural intelligence.

Her methodology is informed by years of engagement with the teachings and practices of Vajrayana Buddhism which she seeks to apply in professional and personal life through daily meditation practice, mindful relationships and the Buddhist ethics of non-harming and relational responsibility. Formerly Director of Consulting at The St James Ethics’ Centre, Meg recently spent a year working for the Royal Government of Bhutan together with a multi-disciplinary team to produce a ground-breaking UN report, Happiness: Towards a New Development Paradigm.

She holds a Master of Applied Science (Coaching Psychology), Sydney University, a Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology/Sociology), Hong Kong University and has sat on numerous boards and panels including NSW Health’s Agency for Clinical Innovation, Siddhartha’s Intent Australia, Lotus Outreach Australia and the Buddhist Council of NSW.



Nan Tien Institute (NTI) is a private, not for profit, government accredited higher education provider offering studies in the areas of Buddhist studies, health and wellbeing, within an environment that incorporates contemplative education.

NTI offers postgraduate programs in Applied Buddhist Studies, Health and Social Wellbeing, Humanistic Buddhism, and Mental Health as well as customised Continuing Professional Development (CPD) programs and special interest subjects across the areas of meditation, mindfulness and health.